"I'm working hard on the quad Salchow," Mroz said, "and I'm going through all my jumps to be sure they're solid. I'm working on some new combinations, triple flip-triple loop and triple loop-triple toe. I can do a quad toe-double toe and quad toe-triple toe in training. They're not too hard."
"I got my first quad toe on my 17th birthday," he added. "I gave myself a high five. The quad toe has been consistent all year in my long program. I'm really comfortable with it, so I might try a quad combination in the short next year. I'll have to be at least 75 to 80 percent consistent with it."